Chapter 16. Inclusive Education

1. Which of the following children falls under specific children?
(a) Backward Child (b) Genius Child
(c) slow brain child (d) all these
Ans: (d)

2. Which of the following is not considered a specific type of child?
(a) slow learner (b) creative child
(c) physically handicapped (d) resourceful child
Ans: (d)

3. ……… It is an ideology that all children should have the right to equal education in a regular school system.
(a) Mainstream education (b) Special education
(c) Multi-cultural education (d) Inclusive education
Ans: (d)

4. Inclusive education means-
(a) Welcoming all types of children in regular schools without any discrimination
(b) A special way of teaching, so that all children can learn
(c) Promote strict admission process
(d) Using special schools for teaching
Ans: (a)

5. Inclusion in education means
(a) To provide education to physically challenged children
(b) To provide education to retarded children
(c) Provide education to boys, girls and adults
(d) Accepting all students in the mainstream system of education
Ans: (d)

6. Special education related
(a) Education for meritorious student
(b) Educational programs for less qualified students
(c) From the training program for teachers
(d) Training program for students of backward intelligence
Ans: (b)

7. Provision can be made for the education of disabled children
(a) by inclusive education (b) by mainstreaming
(c) Integration (d) None of these
Ans: (a)

8. Presently, education has been asked for the disabled children.
(a) inclusive education (b) special education
(c) Integrated education (d) None
Ans: (a)

9. Which one of the following statements best describes ‘inclusion’?
(a) It is a belief that children should be separated according to their abilities
(b) It is a belief that some children can never learn anything
(c) It is a philosophy that all children have the right to equal education in the regular school system
(d) It is a philosophy that special children are ‘special gifts of God’
Ans: (c)

10. Education should be provided to children with special needs
(a) with other normal children
(b) by methods developed for special children in special schools
(c) In special schools
(d) By special teachers in special schools
Ans: (a)

11. Inclusive Education
(a) Related to the inclusion of teachers from marginalized classes
(b) celebrates diversity in class
(c) Promotes rigorous admission procedures
(d) learning of facts (indoctrination) is Sambnti from
Ans: (b)

12. Inclusive education assumes that we have to change ……. to ……..
(a) arrangement / children (b) environment / family
(c) Children / system (d) Children / system
Ans: (a)

13. ‘Education for all in schools for all’ can be a propaganda sentence for which of the following?
(a) strong education (b) inclusive education
(c) collaborative education (d) separate education
Ans: (b)

14. The education of children especially in need should be managed-
(a) with other normal children
(b) By methods developed for special children in special schools
(c) In special schools
(d) By special teachers in special schools
Ans: (a)

15. The success of integrated education depends on—
(a) On the support of the community
(b) On the excellence of textbooks
(c) On the quality of teaching and learning
(d) On change in attitude of teachers
Ans: (d)

16. An inclusive classroom is one where –
(a) The assessment keeps repeating until each of the learners reaches the minimum grade.
(b) To reduce the burden of students, teachers only teach from approved books
(c) Children have active participation in terms of possible solutions to problems
(d) Teachers create an environment for diverse and meaningful learning experiences for each learner.
Ans: (d)

17. Inclusive education refers to the school education system which –
(a) Encourages education of children with special needs through special schools.
(b) Only the girl child emphasizes the need to promote education
(c) which covers all children with disabilities
(d) which includes children without taking into consideration their physical, intellectual, social, linguistic or other various qualifying positions
Ans: (d)

18. Integrated education indicates—
(a) Uniform teaching method for all children
(b) One school for common children and differently-abled children
(c) Separate schools for normal children and differently-abled children
(d) Uniform facility for normal children and differently-abled children
Ans: (b)

19. Special education is related to-
(a) Training program for talented children
(b) Training programs for teachers
(c) Education for talented people
(d) Educational program for the disabled
Ans: (d)

20 . In regular schools, educating the typically developing child as well as special children is …………….
(a) Individual Education (b) General Education
(c) Special education (d) Inclusive education
Ans: (d)

21. Education Education Cycle of the type which require specific education
(a) Special people are given
(b) Disabled persons are given
(c) is given to intelligent persons
(d) is established by the local head
Ans: (b)

22. Which statement is wrong with respect to inclusive school planning?
(a) Development of feeling of equality
(b) Development of positive self-esteem
(c) Developing a sense of self-inferiority in special needs students
(d) Raising the moral conduct of special children
Ans: (c)

23. What kind of preparation is not required by 4 teachers for an inclusive class?
(a) Full participation in practical and social operations
(b) Quick and continuous contact with the children of problem areas
(c) Most use of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
(d) lack of patience
Ans: (d)

24. Adjustment is the main function of education-
(a) Bringing out of school children to school
(b) Mainstreaming children with special needs
(c) To facilitate reading with special and common children simultaneously
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

25. Successful inclusion requires the following
(a) Separation (b) Parental involvement
(c) capacity-enrichment (d) sensitization
Ans: (a)

26. An inclusive school
(a) Determines learners’ learning requirements according to disabilities
(b) Commits to improving the learning outcomes of all, regardless of the abilities of the learners
(c) differentiates between learners and sets less challenging achievement targets especially for able children
(d) is particularly committed to improving the learning outcomes of specially qualified learners
Ans: (b)

27. The premise behind inclusive education is that
(a) There is diversity in the society and schools need to be inclusive to be sensitive to this diversity.
(b) The standards for the performance of each child should be uniform and standardized
(c) We have special needs and should have access to facilities
(d) It is not cost effective to arrange separate schools for children with special needs
Ans: (a)

28. In which field should the teachers of the schools where integrated education is imparted?
(a) Identification and teaching of children with special needs
(b) teaching by lecture method
(c) teaching with functionality
(d) None of the above
Ans: (a)

29. In addition to ……. an inclusive school contemplates the following questions.
(a) Do we work in groups to plan and provide for a learning environment?
(b) Do we separate them appropriately to provide better care to special children?
(c) Do we adopt tips to meet the diverse needs of learners?
(d) Do we believe that all learners can learn?
Ans: (b)

30 . The purpose of inclusive education is to eliminate ………… and ensure that all children have the right to be educated.
(a) inequality (b) challenge
(c) problem (d) difference
Ans: (a)

31. Regardless of any type of inability, all children are capable of:
(a) walking (b) listening
(c) learning (d) seeing
Ans: (c)

32. 20 th during the first half of the century, …….. students, who went as those identified with special needs, they had little or no specialized service in schools.
(a) above average (b) extraordinary
(c) mentally retarded (d) poor
Ans: (b)

33. In your class, you find that some students are unable to understand a topic due to the long gap in studies. What would you do? (DSSSB Assista nt Primary Teacher (PRT))
(a) Arrangement of additional classes to help those people
(b) Ask parents to arrange for help at home
(c) continue their class
(d) Seek help from the Headmaster
Ans: (a)

34. Inclusive education is based on the principle of ………… .
(a) social balance
(b) Equality and equal opportunity
(c) Social existence and globalization
(d) World Fraternity
Ans: (b)

35. What teacher should do in an inclusive classroom
(a) Must show kindness and sympathy to the disabled learners.
(b) Children should be classified as ‘handicapped child’, ‘retarded child’ etc.
(c) Only talented and deserving children should focus on them.
(d) It should be believed that every child has the ability to learn according to his abilities and strength.
Ans: (d)

36. Which of the following is not a teacher’s role in an inclusive classroom?
(a) Adequate seating arrangement should be made according to the requirement of the child
(b) Teacher should not focus on children with disabilities
(c) Teacher should encourage children
(d) The teacher should give extra time to the disabled
Ans: (b)

37. Teacher should pay attention to the education of specific children-
(a) on his dress (b) discipline
(c) on individual needs (d) on courses
Ans: (c)

38. The most important role of a teacher in an inclusive classroom is:
(a) To ensure that the teacher is giving standard instructions to the class.
(b) To know the occupation of the child’s parents so that the teacher can know the future occupation of each child.
(c) Ensuring that every child has an opportunity to achieve his / her potential.
(d) Making a plan for the class so that each child moves at the same pace.
Ans: (c)

39. The teacher should ensure that all the students of his class consider themselves accepted and respected. For this, the teacher should
(a) Make strict rules and punish children who do not follow them.
(b) Despise children from disadvantaged backgrounds so that they feel they have to work harder.
(c) Find out the learners who can speak good English and are from rich homes and present them as role models.
(d) Obtain social and cultural background information of your learners and encourage diverse opinions in the classroom.
Ans: (d)

40. Which of the following philosophical approaches should be followed to treat children with special needs?
(a) They do not need any kind of education
(b) They have the right to inclusive education and to study in regular schools.
(c) Separate them, their education should be in different educational institutions
(d) They should only be given vocational training
Ans: (b)

41. There are children with some physical disabilities in a teacher’s class. Which of the following would be most appropriate for him to say?
(a) Poliograph children will now perform a song.
(b) Wheel-chair children can take help from their peers’ children to go to the hall.
(c) Physically challenged children can do any optional activity in the classroom.
(d) Why don’t you use your crutches to go to Mohan playground?
Ans: (c)

42. While teaching a child with a single parent, the teacher –
(a) Provide stable and uniform environment
(b) ignore this fact and treat such a child in the same manner as other children
(c) This type of child should be treated differently
(d) Such child should be given less home work
Ans: (b)

43. What should a teacher do when a disabled child comes to school for the first time?
(a) According to the disability of the child, he should offer to be sent to a special school
(b) It should be kept separate from other students
(c) Children should discuss with parents to develop cooperative scheme
(d) Take the entrance examination
Ans: (c)

44. A teacher should accompany a child with special needs for the first time in school-
(a) Advise to attend special school according to his special requirement
(b) Separating from other children
(c) Discussion of collaborative plan with the parent of the child
(d) Entrance test to check the level of special needs of the child
Ans: (c)

45. Collaborative learning and learning from peers in an inclusive classroom with diverse learners
(a) should be actively discouraged and encourage competition.
(b) should only be used occasionally because it promotes comparison with classmates.
(c) should be actively encouraged so that the acceptance of isomer is increased.
(d) should not be implemented and students should be varied according to abilities.
Ans: (c)

46. Which is not the principle of inclusive education?
(a) No discrimination between learners
(b) Separate class for special children
(c) Equal educational opportunity
(d) Taking care of the catering needs of all children
Ans: (b)

47 . IEP is the main form of instruction ……….
(a) Peer teacher (b) Personalized
(c) identification (d) assessment
Ans: (b)

48. In inclusive education, the scheme should be followed by …….
(a) Summary (b) Evaluation
(c) implementation (d) assessment
Ans: (c)

49. As a teacher, when you are working in an inclusive classroom, you should have a role.
(a) punisher (b) caretaker
(c) investigator (d) assistant
Ans: (d)

50. Which one of the following anecdotes is more appropriate for teaching children with special needs?
(a) Discuss in class involving maximum children
(b) Instructions by the teacher involving students
(c) Co-operative learning and peer tutoring (monitoring by classmates)
(d) Competency based grouping for teaching.
Ans: (c)

51. Providing teaching-learning materials in accessible formats for diverse learners means ……………… .
(a) Ethical ideas of universal inclusive education
(b) Universal Code of Teaching Professionalism
(c) Universal humanistic approach to teaching
(d) Universal structure of learning
Ans: (d)

52. How should teaching be used in an inclusive classroom by collaborative learning and our peers?
(a) should be actively discouraged.
(b) Sometimes it should be used.
(c) Should not be used.
(d) should be actively pursued.
Ans: (d)

53. Which of the following is most important in an inclusive classroom?
(a) standardized test
(b) Promoting competitive learning
(c) Special Education Scheme
(d) Uniform instruction
Ans: (c)

54. Which of the following is not a suitable way to help susceptible children learn?
(a) breaking a task into small manageable sections
(b) offer alternative methods of learning
(c) inclusion of physical activity in their daily schedule
(d) Being reprimanded often when restless
Ans: (d)

55. In an inclusive classroom, specific educational plans to a teacher
(a) Should be actively prepared.
(b) Should be discouraged to prepare.
(c) Should not be prepared.
(d) Sometimes it should be prepared.
Ans: (a)

56. As a teacher of a upper primary school you have some children in the class who are coming to school as a first generation. Which of the following are you most likely to do?
(a) Provide them with basic support and other support for class activities and homework
(b) to memorize them and give homework to write the answer five times in their answer book
(c) Will tell the children that they do not have the ability to study further and now they should help in the work of parents
(d) Call parents and ask them to humbly apply their children’s tuition
Ans: (a)

57. In a 40- minute class, how will you teach while meeting the demand of all students and mainly students with special needs?
(a) By paying attention to individuality
(b) By forming homogeneous groups in the class
(c) By organizing activities for all students but focusing on students with special needs
(d) Assigning responsibility to a qualified student in the class
Ans: (c)

58. As a teacher  What is the best way to help students in a problematic situation?
(a) by giving reward
(b) by punishing
(c) By providing solutions
(d) By giving similar problem to solve
Ans: (d)

59. Which of the following is not a teaching skill in inclusive education?
(a) Blackboard
(b) inquiry
(c) Problem resolution
(d) strengthened or reinforced
Ans: (a)

60. How can a teacher explain / address the needs of the teachers with special qualification class in an inclusive class?
(a) Using one form methods to instruct the students.
(b) Giving highly written homework and pressurizing the answers from other talented students to copy.
(c) To develop specific learning objectives based on an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each student’s learning.
(d) Using paper-pencil test for assessment and emphasizing on practice and rote.
Ans: (c)

61. Rehabilitation Council of India has been established for what purpose?
(a) Distance education
(b) Environmental education
(c) Education of PwD
(d) None of the above
Ans: (c)

62. ‘National Institute for Orthopedically Handicapped’ is located-
(a) Dehradun
(b) Mumbai
(c) Kolkata
(d) in Secunderabad
Ans: (c)

64. Articles 41 and 46 of the Indian Constitution are related to whose welfare?
(a) From economically backward people
(b) Persons with disabilities
(c) Religiously backward people
(d) Regionally backward individuals
Ans: (a)

65. Free the purpose of centrally sponsored scheme of Integrated Education for Disabled Children ….. for free to provide disabled children with educational opportunities.
(a) Open schools
(b) ‘Blind Relief Association’ schools
(c) Regular schools
(d) Special schools
Ans: (c)

66. The PwD Act has been enacted in the year ……………… .
(a) 1992 (b) 1995
(c) 1999 (d) 2016
Ans: (d)

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